Winter’s Basic Clinical Pharmacokinetics helps readers apply pharmacokinetics and therapeutic drug monitoring to patient care.
An easy-to-read, case-study format has made this text a favorite among students and clinicians. Divided into two parts, Part I reviews basic pharmacokinetic principles, and Part II illustrates the clinical application of these principles to common problems.
Extensive explanations emphasize major concepts and accompany complex equations.
Figures help visualize concepts
NEW chapters include drug dosing in renal disease, pediatric considerations, and pharmacogenomics, as well as antifungals and expansion of the cytotoxic and immunosuppressant therapies
Includes cases that address pediatric considerations and pharmacogenomics
Updates include new information on the clinical use of serum drug concentrations
New Learning Objectives at the beginning of each chapter highlight the key concepts